Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print




Juan Jose Gabaldon, Lima
Member Since October 2008
Artist Statement JJ GABALDÓN Was born in the city of Madrid – Spain, and since long ago he had a big love for the photography in its different forms, having made top studies of photography and design in his hometown, specializing in Touristic Photography. At present he resides in the city of Lima – Peru, he has been here 10 years; having covered the whole Peruvian territory in several opportunities. He has made works for different entities (public and private), in addition to having worked for 3 years for a publishing house of this country. He has transferred licenses of photographic images to many private and public companies in several countries. He has in his credit the responsibility of two tourist publications of Peru: " Peru is This Way”, and " Peru Much More Than A Marvel ", the last one produced entirely by Studio Gabaldón.

The Year 2006 he constitutes the company Studio Gabaldón, located in the city of Lima and which offers services of photography (License of Photographic Images, edition of touristic books, etc.).

In 2008 and under his supervision, he develops a web site related to the promotion of Peru. With big efforts it is possible to conclude a very ambitious project; to take millions of cybernauts to the touristic places of Peru, showing his most representative, touristic, cultural images, etc. It includes accurate and detailed information, so that this way the visitor has a clear idea of what he will find in his trip to these grounds full of mystery, of big traditions and legends, and cultural contribution of the mankind.

Using this space in the web, it tries to take the culture to all the corners of the world, not only to the most favored, but also to the big majority of people, who often aren't provided with the economic resources to buy printed books.

Comments

Product No 1446778
Subjects Landscape
Style Decorative
Medium
Tags Gabaldon, islands, juan jose, lake, peru, titicaca